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Show how you work and learn independently, and take responsibility for personal actions.
Self-Management is essential to demonstrate your capability to continually learn, respond to changes and enhance work practices. Self-Management also encompasses your ability to understand and manage your own strengths and weaknesses, to self-motivate, to seize career opportunities and take responsibility for your own development. Employers value strong self-management because it creates motivated professionals who can rapidly transfer skills to new experiences and who are committed to continually evolve their capabilities. Professionals with effective self-management skills typically more rapidly advance and develop their own potential, career and professional status. By striving for improvement and raising their career potential, professionals can add significant human capital value to their organisation beyond what they can do in their current job role.
This Credential is currently available at the Intermediate, Proficient and Advanced levels. Use the level indicators below to identify the level you should explore. View the Credential level to see further information.
- Have 5 years professional experience in this capability
- Be an experienced professional
- Have experience in operational roles
- Coordinate actions across operations
- Have 7 years professional experience in this capability
- Be a senior professional
- Have experience in function-level roles
- Direct thinking or action across operations
- Have 10 years professional experience in this capability
- Be an advanced professional
- Have experience in leadership roles
- Drive actions across an organisation
Self Management Intermediate
At the Intermediate level of Self Management you are setting short term professional, learning and career development goals. Within your professional experience you have assessed your own performance and critically reviewed your personal impact on team outcomes. You show confidence and high levels of self-belief when taking action in familiar situations. You work competently in a range of roles and seek new opportunities to advance your career. You absorb negative feedback and translate it into personal improvement goals. Within your role you can confidently assess and manage ambiguity and inconsistencies that impact planned outcomes. Test.
Self Management Proficient
At the Proficient level of Self Management you are acting as a role model and coach to others seeking to learn and develop their professional skills and knowledge. You take a responsibility for setting professional development goals and you draw on past experience to define future career opportunities. Within your professional experience you have had the courage and capacity to adapt to new challenges or unfamiliar situations. Throughout your career, you have set and pursued the attainment of professional, learning and career development opportunities.
Self Management Advanced
At the Advanced level of Self Management you are reflecting and evaluating upon your long-term career options and ways to improve your high level performance through learning and development. You lead others by example in seeking and exploring development opportunities to advance their professional capabilities and career pathways. Within your professional experience you will have set and pursued long term professional, learning and career development opportunities and deployed your expertise to enhance organisational practices or a professional body of knowledge.